Translation of chewing gum in Spanish:

chewing gum

chicle, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtʃuɪŋ ˈˌɡəm/ /ˈtʃuːɪŋ ɡʌm/


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    chicle masculine
    goma de mascar feminine formal
    • Is it ok to chew chewing gum that's been through the wash in the pocket of your jeans?
    • When I was five, she bought me chocolates and chewing gum and we talked about cricket.
    • Heavy users of garlic, cough sweets or chewing gum will similarly find their tasting faculties impaired.
    • The taste is of stale water with a texture somewhere between used chewing gum and window putty.
    • It may exert this effect even at low doses in chewing gum flavoured with liquorice.
    • Last night, I felt like I was chewing cotton wool, and walking with chewing gum stuck to the bottom of my feet.
    • She absently smacked her chewing gum and wound it around her finger as she talked.
    • The streets of Swinford are covered with discarded chewing gum and needs attending to urgently.
    • What are the Government's plans to eradicate the evil of discarded chewing gum from the nation's pavements?
    • This morning though, I found a packet of chewing gum in the microwave.
    • His words were slightly muffled by the wad of chewing gum rolling around his mouth.
    • They said chewing gum was the most serious form of litter they encountered.
    • A letter has been sent to every parent laying down the new ground rules which include a ban on mobile phones and chewing gum in school.
    • We are clueless when it comes to removing chewing gum from things.
    • I bet there's not one person reading this that can honestly say they have never got chewing gum stuck to the bottom of their shoe.
    • The problem of streets blighted with chewing gum will never go away.
    • Tony's face reddened and he toyed with the wrapper off his chewing gum.
    • There are certain corridors that the students are not allowed to use and you have rules on chewing gum.
    • The rest of the town still has to put up with discarded chewing gum.
    • Clearing up unsightly chewing gum from pavements is a costly burden for local councils, but now an answer is at hand.